A sample first:
1) ProductA - purchased 100 quantity at 100 each - so the base price is \$100
2) ProductA - purchased another 100 quantity but this time at \$150 each. If we combine the two, the new base price would be \$125 correct? I just know that this is correct but I don't know it was derived. Anyone here would care to show me how?
What if we have this scenario instead?
- Purchased 100 items for \$100 each - base price is \$100
- Again we purchased 15 items for \$150 each - the new base price for this is I don't know..
What is the new base price for this item?